Publications

EXPEDITION 1
Thorong La, Nepal: September 1977

  1. Delamere JP, Bradwell AR, Jones GT and Reynolds MJ. A study of renal function during a high altitude trek in the Himalayas. Clinical Science Molecular Medicine 1978; 55(3): 29. DOI: 10.1042/cs055029Pb
  2. Harvey TC, James H, Wright AD, Chettle DR and Birmingham Research Expeditionary Society. Alterations in body composition during high altitude adaptation in the Himalayas. Clinical Science Molecular Medicine 1978; 55(3): 30. DOI: 10.1042/cs055030P
  3. Howell A, Cove DH, Richardson NV and Bradwell AR. Serial measurement of blood bio-chemistry in a Himalayan trekking party. Clinical Science Molecular Medicine 1978; 55(3): 30. DOI: 10.1042/cs055030Pa
  4. Bradwell AR. Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society 1977 Expedition: Serum and urine proteins during a high altitude trek. Postgraduate Medical Journal 1979; 55: 478-481. 
  5. Bradwell AR and Delamere J. Proteinuria at high altitude. British Medical Journal 1979; 1: 1083. 
  6. Delamere JP and Jones GT. Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society 1977 Expedition: Changes in renal function observed during a trek at high altitude. Postgraduate Medical Journal 1979; 55: 487-491. 
  7. Fletcher RF. Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society 1977 Expedition: Signs and symptoms. Postgraduate Medical Journal 1979; 55: 461-463. 
  8. Harvey TC, James HM and Chettle DR. Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society 1977 Expedition: Effect of a Himalayan trek on whole body composition, nitrogen and potassium. Postgraduate Medical Journal 1979; 55: 475-477. 
  9. Howell A and Cove DH. Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society 1977 Expedition: The diuresis and related changes during a trek to high altitude. Postgraduate Medical Journal 1979; 55: 471-474. 
  10. Olive JE and Waterhouse N. Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society 1977 Expedition: Psychological aspects of acute mountain sickness. Postgraduate Medical Journal 1979; 55: 464-467. 
  11. Stockley RA and Green ID. Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society 1977 Expedition: Cardiopulmonary function before, during and after a twenty-one-day Himalayan trek. Postgraduate Medical Journal 1979; 55: 496-501. 
  12. Wright AD. Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society 1977 Expedition: Thyroid function and acute mountain sickness. Postgraduate Medical Journal 1979; 55: 483-486. 
  13. Delamere JP and Jones GT and BMRES. BMRES 1977 Expedition. Changes in renal function observed during a trek to high altitude. 1980 Yearbook of Urology. Eds. Gillenwater JY and Howards SH. 1980; 177.

EXPEDITION 2
Chimborazo, Ecuador: September 1979

  1. Bradwell AR. Treatment of acute mountain sickness. British Medical Journal 1981; 283: 396. 
  2. Bradwell AR and Delamere JP. Drug that stunts mountains. Mountain 1981 (April); 45.
  3. Bradwell AR et al, BMRES Mountain sickness study group. Acetazolamide in control of acute mountain sickness. Lancet 1981(i); 180-183.  DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(81)90060-X
  4. Bradwell AR and Delamere JP. The effect of acetazolamide on proteinuria at altitude. Clinical Science 1981; 61(3): 21. 
  5. Bradwell AR and Delamere JP. Prophylaxis of acute mountain sickness. British Medical Journal 1981; 283, 1402. 
  6. Bradwell AR, Delamere JP and Machintosh JH. Acetazolamide in the mountains. Lancet 1981(i); 730. 
  7. Bradwell AR, Forster P, Coles B, Delamere JD and BMRES. Acetazolamide in the control of acute mountain sickness. Clinical Science 1981; 60(3): 16. DOI: 10.1042/cs060016Pa
  8. Fletcher R. Acute mountain sickness and other adventures. Aesculapius 1981; (1): 79.
  9. Bradwell AR and Delamere JP. The effect of acetazolamide on the proteinuria of altitude. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 1982; 53(1): 40-43. 
  10. Delamere JP. Prophylaxis of acute mountain sickness. British Medical Journal 1982; 284: 743. 
  11. Bradwell AR, Delamere JP, Hung KK and BMRES. Proteinuria in acute mountain sickness. Hypoxia, Exercise and Altitude: Proceedings of the 3rd International Hypoxia Symposium 1983. Progress in Clinical and Biological Research 1983; 136: 452. Ed JR Sutton and others; Alan R Liss, Inc, New York. 
  12. Bradwell AR and Forster PJG. Idiosyncratic response to high altitude. Clinical Science 1983; 65(3): 4. DOI: 10.1042/cs065004Pb
  13. Milles JJ, Bayliss PH, Bradwell AR and BMRES. Vasopressin and water excretion at high altitude. Hypoxia, Exercise and Altitude: Proceedings of the 3rd International Hypoxia Symposium 1983. Progress in Clinical and Biological Research 1983; 136: 466. Ed JR Sutton and others; Alan R Liss, Inc, New York.

EXPEDITION 3
Mt. Kenya, Kenya: January 1982

  1. Bradwell AR, Coles B, Fletcher RF and Wright AD. Comparison of acetazolamide and methazolamide in acute mountain sickness. Clinical Science 1982; 63(3): 74. DOI: 10.1042/cs063074Pa
  2. Fletcher R. Acute Mountain Sickness Revisited. Aesculapius 1982; (2): 36-37.
  3. Forster PJG. Methazolamide in acute mountain sickness. Lancet 1982; 319: 1254. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(82)92385-6
  4. Miller MR, Pincock AC and Wright AD. Predicting susceptibility to acute mountain sickness. Lancet 1983; 321: 164.
  5. Wright AD, Bradwell AR and Fletcher MD. Methazolamide and acetazolamide in acute mountain sickness. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine. 1983; 54(7): 619-621.
  6. Wright AD, Bradwell AR, Fletcher RF, Green ID, Harvey TC, Milles JJ and BMRES. Methazolamide and acetazolamide in acute mountain sickness. Hypoxia, Exercise and Altitude: Proceedings of the 3rd International Hypoxia Symposium 1983. Progress in Clinical and Biological Research 1983; 136: 483. Ed JR Sutton and others; Alan R Liss, Inc, New York.
  7. Wright AD, Black EG, Fletcher RF, Bradwell AR and BMRES. Thyroid function at high altitude. New England Journal of Medicine 1984; 310: 1334. DOI: 10.1056/NEJM198405173102022
  8. Bradwell AR. Exercise in Futility. Aesculapius 1984; (4): 22-26.
  9. Forster P. Reproducibility of individual response to exposure to altitude. British Medical Journal 1984; (289): 1269. 
  10. Mackintosh JH, Thomas DJ, Olive JE, Chesner IM, Knight RJE and BMRES. The effect of altitude on tests of reaction time and alertness. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 1988; 59: 246-248.

EXPEDITION 4
Rupina La, Nepal: September 1984

  1. Chesner IM, Milles JJ, Oldfield S, Bradwell AR and BMRES. Effects of acetazolamide on 2,3 diphosphoglycerate (DPG) levels at altitude. Clinical Science 1985; 69(s12): 75. DOI: 10.1042/cs069075Pa 
  2. Coote JH, Bradwell AR, Winterborn M, Chesner I and BMRES. Beneficial effect of Diamox on exercise at altitude. The Fifth International Hypoxia Symposium 1985. Eds. JR Sutton, G Coates, JE Remmers. Publishers: BC Decker Inc.1985; 52.
  3. Coote JH, Bradwell AR, Winterborn M, Chesner I and BMRES. The effects of acetazolamide on exercise at altitude. Clinical Science 1985; 69(s12): 74. DOI: 10.1042/cs069074Pa
  4. Dykes PW, Richardson NV, Milles J, Forster P, Coote JH, Bradwell AR and BMRES. Muscle, fat and body weight loss at altitude. Clinical Science 1985; 69(s12): 29. DOI: 10.1042/cs069029Pb
  5. Fletcher RF, Wright AD, Jones GT and Bradwell AR. The clinical assessment of acute mountain sickness. Quarterly Journal of Medicine 1985; 54(1): 91-100.
  6. Wright AD, Jones GT, Fletcher RF, Mackintosh JH and Bradwell AR. The Environmental Symptoms Questionnaire in acute mountain sickness. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 1985; 56: 572-575.
  7. Bradwell AR, Coote JH, Nicholson AN, Smith PA and Stone BM. Altitude insomnia in man. Journal of Physiology 1986; 373: 43. 
  8. Bradwell AR, Dykes PW, Coote JH, Forster PJG, Milles JJ, Chesner I, Richardson NV. Effect of acetazolamide on exercise performances and muscle mass at high altitude. Lancet 1986; 8488(327): 1001-1005.
  9. Forster PJG, Nuki G, Rylance HJ, Wallace RC and BMRES. Effect of high altitude and Acetazolamide on human serum and urine purines. Published in: Purine and Pyrimidine Metabolism in Man V E. Eds.W.L Nyhan, LF Thompson and RWE Watts. 1986; 601-607. Publishers: Plemun Publishing Corporation.
  10. Forster P, Nuki G, Rylance HJ, Wallace RC and BMRES. Effects of high altitude and acetazolamide on human serum and urine purines. Clinical Science 1986; 70(s13): 87.DOI: 10.1042/cs070087Pa 
  11. Winterborn M, Bradwell AR, Chesner I, Jones G and BMRES. Mechanism of proteinuria at high altitude. Clinical Science 1986; 70(s13): 58. DOI: 10.1042/cs070058Pa
  12. Wright AD, Binns NB, Coote JH and Bradwell AR. Blood lactate concentrations and exercise at high altitude. Clinical Science 1986; 70(s13): 82. DOI: 10.1042/cs070082Pb 
  13. Binns N, Wright AD, Singh BM, Coote JH and Bradwell AR. Blood lactate changes during exercise at high altitude. Postgraduate Medical Journal 1987; 63(737): 177-178.
  14. BMRES (anonymous). Acetazolamide prophylaxis for acute mountain sickness. Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin 1987; 25(12): 45-47.
  15. Bradwell AR, Dykes PW and Coote JH. Effect of acetazolamide on exercise at altitude. Sports Medicine 1987; 4(3): 157-163. 
  16. Bradwell AR and Coote JH. The BMRES 1984 Medical Research Expedition to the Himalayas. Postgraduate Medical Journal 1987; 63: 165-167. 
  17. Chesner IM, Small NA and Dykes PW. Intestinal absorption at high altitude. Postgraduate Medical Journal 1987; 63(737): 173-175. 
  18. Coote JH, Bradwell AR, Winterborn MH and Chesner I. The effect of carbonic anhydrase inhibitors on exercise at high altitude. Postgraduate Medical Journal 1987; 63(737): 193. 
  19. Dykes PW, Binns N, Bradwell AR, Busby J and Forster PJG. Changes in body weight, fat and muscle mass at high altitude and the effect of acetazolamide. Postgraduate Medical Journal 1987; 63(737):192. 
  20. Milles JJ, Chesner IM, Oldfield S and Bradwell AR. Effect of acetazolamide on blood gases and 2,3 DPG during ascent and acclimatization to high altitude. Postgraduate Medical Journal 1987; 63(737): 183-184. 
  21. Morrissey SC, Keohane K, Coote JH. The effect of acetazolamide on breath holding at high altitude. Postgraduate Medical Journal 1987; 63(737): 189-190. 
  22. Nicholson AN, Smith PA, Stone BM, Bradwell AR and Coote JH. Effects of acetazolamide and temazepam on sleep at high altitude. Postgraduate Medical Journal 1987; 63(737): 191.  
  23. Winterborn MH, Bradwell AR, Chesner I and Jones GT. The origin of proteinuria at high altitude. Postgraduate Medical Journal 1987; 63(737): 179-181.  
  24. Wright AD and Fletcher RF. Acute mountain sickness. Postgraduate Medical Journal 1987; 63(737): 163-164. 
  25. Nicholson AN, Smith PA, Stone BM, Bradwell AR and Coote JH. Altitude insomnia: studies during an expedition to the Himalayas. Sleep 1988; 11: 354-361. 

EXPEDITION 5
Gondogoro, Karakoram, Pakistan: June 1987

  1. Bradwell AR, Winterborn MH, Wright AD, Forster PJG and Dykes PW. Acetazolamide treatment of acute mountain sickness. Clinical Science 1988; 74(s18): 62. DOI: 10.1042/cs074062Pb 
  2. Forster PJG. Microvascular fragility at high altitude. British Medical Journal 1988; (296): 1004-5.
  3. Harvey TC, Richardson NV, Winterborn MH, Jensen JB, Harrison GL and Bradwell AR. Carbon dioxide responses in subjects suffering from acute mountain sickness. Clinical Science 1988; 74(s18): 33. DOI: 10.1042/cs074033Pc
  4. Harvey TC, Winterborn MH, Lassen NA, Raichle ME, Jensen JB, Richardson NV and Bradwell AR. Effect of carbon dioxide in acute mountain sickness: A rediscovery. Lancet 1988; 8612(332): 639-641. 
  5. Wright AD, Bradwell AR, Jensen J and Lassen N. Cerebral blood flow in acute mountain sickness and treatment with acetazolamide. Clinical Science 1988; 74(s18): 1. DOI: 10.1042/cs074001P
  6. Bradwell AR, Harvey TC, Winterborn M, Wright AD, Forster PE, Dykes PW, Delamere J and BMRES. Acetazolamide  treatment of acute mountain sickness. The Sixth International Hypoxia Symposium 1989. Published in: Hypoxia. The Adaptations. Eds. JR Sutton, G Coates, JE Remmers. 1990; 292: A67. Publishers: BC Decker Inc.
  7. Chesner IM, Dykes PW, Lawson N and Bradwell AR. Assessment of small bowel absorption at altitude using D-xylose. The Sixth International Hypoxia Symposium 1989. Published in: Hypoxia. The Adaptations. Eds. JR Sutton, G Coates, JE Remmers. 1990; 297: A89. Publishers: BC Decker Inc.
  8. Dykes PW, Bushby J, Coote JH, Forster PH, Milles JJ, Richardson NV, Bradwell AR and BMRES. Loss of muscle bulk and strength at altitude. The Sixth International Hypoxia Symposium 1989. Published in: Hypoxia. The Adaptations. Eds. JR Sutton, G Coates, JE Remmers. 1990; 293: A74. Publishers: BC Decker Inc.
  9. Harrison GL, Evans J and Coote J. Discontinuation of acetazolamide after rapid ascent to 4300m. The Sixth International Hypoxia Symposium 1989. Published in: Hypoxia. The Adaptations. Eds. JR Sutton, G Coates, JE Remmers. 1990; 291: A63. Publishers: BC Decker Inc.
  10. Jensen JB, Wright AD, Lassen NA, Raichle ME and Bradwell AR. Cerebral blood flow at altitude. The Sixth International Hypoxia Symposium 1989. Published in: Hypoxia. The Adaptations. Eds. JR Sutton, G Coates, JE Remmers. 1990; 296: A83. Publishers: BC Decker Inc.
  11. Winterborn MH, Bradwell AR and BMRES. Mechanism of high altitude proteinuria. The Sixth International Hypoxia Symposium 1989. Published in: Hypoxia. The Adaptations. Eds. JR Sutton, G Coates, JE Remmers. 1990; 297: A88. Publishers: BC Decker Inc.
  12. Dykes PW, Bushby J, Coote JH, Forster PJG, Milles JJ, Bradwell AR and BMRES. Loss of muscle bulk and muscle force at altitude. Clinical Science 1990; 78(s22): 40. DOI: 10.1042/cs078040Pb 
  13. Jensen JB, Wright AD, Lassen NA, Harvey TC, Winterborn MH, Raichle ME and Bradwell AR. Cerebral blood flow in acute mountain sickness. Journal of Applied Physiology 1990; 69: 430-433. 
  14. Miller MR, Madan I, Wright JG, Lloyd JK, Milles JJ, and Pincock AC. The time course of change in hypercapnic ventilatory response after starting acetazolamide therapy. American Review of Respiratory Disease 1990; 141 (4:2): A304. 
  15. Winterborn MH, Bradwell AR and BMRES. Mechanisms of high altitude proteinuria. Clinical Science 1990; 78(s22): 19-20. Mechanisms of high altitude proteinuria. Clinical Science 1990; 78(s22): 19-20.

EXPEDITION 6
Aconcagua, Argentina: January 1990

  1. Bradwell AR, Winterborn MJ, Delamere JP, Wright AD, Forster PJ and BMRES. Methazolamide treatment of acute mountain sickness. Clinical Science 1990; 79(s23): 31. DOI: 10.1042/cs079009P 
  2. Forster PJG, Bradwell AR, Winterborn MJ, Delamere JP, Harrison G and BMRES. Alleviation of hypoxia at high altitude; A comparison between oxygen, oxygen and carbon dioxide inhalation and hyperbaric compression. Clinical Science 1990; 79(s23): 1. DOI: 10.1042/cs079001P
  3. Imray CHE, Billingham M, Milles JJ, Wright AD, Filer R, Bradwell AR and Neoptolemos JP. Lipid digestion absorption and metabolism in severely hypoxic subjects. Gut 1990; 31: 10: A1196-1197.
  4. Morrissey SM, Bradwell AR and BMRES. Auditory brain stem evoked potentials in acute mountain sickness. Clinical Science 1990; 78(s22): 33. DOI: 10.1042/cs078033Pc 
  5. Sperling B, Lassen N, Harvey T, Bartsch P, Bradwell AR and BMRES. Middle cerebral artery blood velocity during CO2 inhalation at altitude. Clinical Science 1990; 78(s22); 24. DOI: 10.1042/cs078024Pa 
  6. Forster PJG, Bradwell AR, Winterborn M, Delamere JP and BMRES. Alleviation of hypoxia at high altitude: A comparison between oxygen, oxygen and carbon dioxide inhalation and hyperbaric compression (Gamow Bag). The 7th International Hypoxia Symposium 1991. Published in: Hypoxia and Mountain Medicine. Eds. JR Sutton, G Coates, CS Houston. 1990; 303: 28. Publishers: Queen City Printers Inc.
  7. Imray CHE, Chesner I, Wright AD, Neoptolemos JP and Bradwell AR. Fat absorption at altitude: A reappraisal. The 7thInternational Hypoxia Symposium 1991. Published in: Hypoxia and Mountain Medicine. Eds. JR Sutton, G Coates, CS Houston. 1990; 326: A. Publishers: Queen City Printers Inc.
  8. Imray CHE, Tisedale M, Evans J, Bradwell AR and Neoptolemos JP. No evidence for a ‘lipolytic factor’ at altitude. The 7th International Hypoxia Symposium 1991. Published in: Hypoxia and Mountain Medicine. Eds. JR Sutton, G Coates, CS Houston. 1990; 306: 42. Publishers: Queen City Printers Inc.
  9. Bradwell AR, Wright AD, Winterborn M and Imray C. Acetazolamide and High altitude Diseases. International Journal of Sports Medicine 1992; 13: S63-S64. DOI: 10.1055/s-2007-1024597 
  10. Imray C, Chesner I, Winterborn M, Wright A, Neoptolemos J-P and Bradwell AR. Fat absorption at altitude: A reappraisal. International Journal of Sports Medicine 1992; 13: 87.

EXPEDITION 7
Mt. Everest, Nepal: April 1993

  1. Harvey TC. Om Mani Padme Hum. Lancet 1993; 342(ii): 363.ere JP, Harrison G and BMRES. Alleviation of hypoxia at high altitude; A comparison between oxygen, oxygen and carbon dioxide inhalation and hyperbaric compression. Clinical Science 1990; 79: suppl. 23, 1. DOI: 10.1042/cs079001P 
  2. Bradwell AR. A tough trip to Everest. Queens Medical Magazine 1994; Spring: 21-24.
  3. Bradwell AR. Preventing AMS. Climber and Hillwalker 1994; April: 46.
  4. Wright AD, Winterborn MH, Forster PJG, Delamere J, Harrison GL and Bradwell AR. Carbonic anhydrase inhibition in the immediate therapy of acute mountain sickness. Journal of Wilderness Medicine 1994; 5: 49-55.  
  5. Bradwell AR, Imray C and BMRES. Generalised protein leakage in acute mountain sickness. The 9th International Hypoxia Symposium 1995. Published in: Hypoxia and the Brain. Eds. Sutton, Houston and Coates. 1995; 315: 13. Queen City Printers Inc.
  6. Bradwell AR, Wright AD, Imray C, Fletcher R and BMRES. Progesterone in acute mountain sickness. The 9th International Hypoxia Symposium 1995. Published in: Hypoxia and the Brain. Eds. Sutton, Houston and Coates. 1995; 315: 14. Queen City Printers Inc.
  7. Imray CHE, Cooper M, Mead G, Wright AD, Bradwell AR and Dykes P. Serum phospholipid bound arachidonic acid (22:4) at altitude and in acute mountain sickness. The 9th International Hypoxia Symposium 1995. Published in: Hypoxia and the Brain. Eds. Sutton, Houston and Coates. 1995; 325: 53. Queen City Printers Inc.
  8. Wright AD, Forster PJG, Cadigan PJ, Fletcher RF, Bradwell AR and BMRES. Refinement of Lake Louise self-reporting AMS Questionnaire. The 9th International Hypoxia Symposium 1995. Published in: Hypoxia and the Brain. Eds. Sutton, Houston and Coates. 1995; 343: 123. Queen City Printers Inc.
  9. Wright AD, Imray CHE, Morrissey MSC, Marchbanks RJ and Bradwell AR. Intracranial pressure at high altitude and acute mountain sickness. Clinical Science 1995; 89: 201-204. DOI: 10.1042/cs0890201
  10. Wright AD, Imray CHE, Morrissey MSC, Marchbanks RJ and Bradwell AR. Intracranial pressure at high altitude and acute mountain sickness. Clinical Science 1995; 88(suppl 32); 26p, N91. DOI: 10.1042/cs0890201
  11. Wright AD, Imray CHE, Morrissey MSC, Marchbanks RJ, Bradwell AR and BMRES. Intracranial pressure, high altitude and acute mountain sickness. The 9th International Hypoxia symposium 1995. Published in: Hypoxia and the Brain. Eds. Sutton, Houston and Coates. 1995; 342: 122. Queen City Printers Inc.
  12. Wright AD. Yaks. Aesculapius 1995; (15): 62-63.

EXPEDITION 8
El Paso de Agua Negra, Chile: January 1997

  1. Imray CHE, Barnett NJ, Walsh S, Clarke T, Morgan J, Hale D, Hoar H, Mole D, Chesner I and Wright AD. Near-infrared spectroscopy in the assessment of cerebral oxygenation at high altitude. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 1998; 9: 198-203.
  2. Wright A. Paso del Agua Negra – Chile 1997. Aesculapius 1998; (18): 24.
  3. Beazley M, Hillenbrand P, Johnson B, Forster PJG, Wright AD, Imray CHE and BMRES. Recommended changes in Lake Louise acute mountain sickness (AMS) scoring system. The 11th International Hypoxia Symposium 1999. Hypoxia: Into the Next Millennium. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. Eds. P. Hackett D. Wagner and R. Roach. 1999; 29: 364. Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  4. Bradwell AR, Williams D, Beazley M, Imray CHE and BMRES. Can acute mountain sickness be induced by exercise? The 11th International Hypoxia Symposium 1999. Hypoxia: Into the Next Millennium. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. Eds. P. Hackett D. Wagner and R. Roach. 1999; 29: 368-369. Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  5. Clarke T, Walsh S, Mole D, Harvey T, Morgan J, Brearey S, Imray C and BMRES. Carbon dioxide or oxygen at altitude? Cutaneous, muscle and cerebral oxygenation. The 11th International Hypoxia Symposium 1999. Hypoxia: Into the Next Millennium. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. Eds. P. Hackett D. Wagner and R. Roach. 1999; 29: 373-374. Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  6. Hale D, Walsh S, Clarke T, Harvey T, Cooper M, Brearey S, Bradwell A, Imray C and BMRES. Carbon dioxide or oxygen at altitude? The effect on arterial blood gases at sea level and on acute exposure to altitude. The 11th International Hypoxia Symposium
  7. Hypoxia: Into the Next Millennium. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. Eds. P. Hackett D. Wagner and R. Roach. 1999; 29: 385-386. Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  8. Hillenbrand P, Beazley M, Forster PJG, Milles JJ, Clayton RN, Wright AD, Imray CHE and BMRES. A randomised controlled trial of progesterone in preventing acute mountain sickness (AMS). The 11th International Hypoxia Symposium 1999. Hypoxia: Into the Next Millennium. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. Eds. P. Hackett D. Wagner and R. Roach. 1999; 29: 388. Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  9. Hoar H, Imray C, Walsh S, Clarke T, Cooper M, Mole D, Wright A and BMRES. Carbon dioxide contributes to the beneficial effect of pressurization in a portable hyperbaric chamber. The 11th International Hypoxia Symposium 1999. Hypoxia: Into the Next Millennium. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. Eds. P. Hackett D. Wagner and R. Roach. 1999; 29: 389-390. Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  10. Morgan J, Wright A, Hoar H, Hale D, Imray C and BMRES. Near-infrared cerebral spectroscopy to assess cerebral oxygenation at high altitude. The 11th International Hypoxia Symposium 1999. Hypoxia: Into the Next Millennium. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. Eds. P. Hackett D. Wagner and R. Roach. 1999; 29: 413. Kluwer Academic Publishers. 
  11. Tiivas C, Williams D, Harvey T, Brearey S, Chesner I, Hoar H, Imray C and BMRES. Carbon dioxide and cerebral blood flow at sea level and on acute exposure to altitude. The 11th International Hypoxia Symposium 1999. Hypoxia: Into the Next Millennium. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. Eds. P. Hackett D. Wagner and R. Roach. 1999; 29: 433-434. Kluwer Academic.
  12. Walsh S, Imray C, Clarke T, Mole D, Morgan J, Wright A and BMRES. Cerebral oxygenation at high altitude and the response to carbon dioxide, hyperventilation and oxygen. The 11th International Hypoxia Symposium 1999. Hypoxia: Into the Next Millennium. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. Eds. P. Hackett D. Wagner and R. Roach. 1999; 29: 438-439. Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  13. Williams D, Tiivas C, Hale D, Walsh S, Clarke T, Imray C and BMRES. Reduction in cerebrovascular reserve capacity in normal individuals at altitude. The 11th International Hypoxia Symposium 1999. Hypoxia: Into the Next Millennium. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. Eds. P. Hackett D. Wagner and R. Roach. 1999; 29: 440-441. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Publications: 2004
  14. Wright AD, Beazley MF, Bradwell AR, Chesner IM, Clayton RN, Forster PJG, Hillenbrand P and Imray CHE. Medroxyprogesterone at high altitude. The effects on blood gases, cerebral regional oxygenation and acute mountain sickness. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 2004; 15: 25-31.

EXPEDITION 9
Kangchenjunga, Nepal: October 1999

  1. Beazley MF, Harvey TC, Major R, Bradwell AR and BMRES. Portable nephelometer for specific protein testing in remote locations. IV World Congress on Mountain Medicine and High Altitude Physiology. High altitude Medicine and Biology 2000; 1: 227, 19 .
  2. Beazley MF, Wright AD, Hillenbrand P, Bradwell AR and BMRES. Acute mountain sickness scoring system. IV World Congress on Mountain Medicine and High altitude Physiology. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2000; 1: 227, 20.
  3. Chan CWM, Forster PJG, Hoar H, Harvey TC, Beazley M, Imray CHE and BMRES. Near-infrared spectroscopy at high altitude – new insights into high altitude physiology. IV World Congress on Mountain Medicine and High Altitude Physiology. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2000; 1: 235, 50. 
  4. Chan CWM, Forster PJG, Harvey TC, Hoar H, Beazley M, Imray CHE and BMRES. The effect of Acetazolamide on peripheral pulse oximetry in partially acclimatized individuals. IV World Congress on Mountain Medicine and High Altitude Physiology. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2000; 1: 240, 49.
  5. Forster PJG, Imray CHE, Clarke T, Walsh S, Hoar H, Beazley M and BMRES. Carbon dioxide contributes to the beneficial effect of pressurisation in portable hyperbaric chamber at high altitude. IV World Congress on Mountain Medicine and High Altitude Physiology. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2000; 1: 240, 71.
  6. Imray CHE, Wright AD, Harvey TC, Chan CWM, Bradwell AR and BMRES. Carbon dioxide at high altitude – a century of investigation and speculation. IV World Congress on Mountain Medicine and High Altitude Physiology. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2000; 1: 244, 88.
  7. Imray CHE, Brearey S, Clarke T, Hale D, Morgan J and Walsh S. Cerebral Oxygenation at high altitude and the response to carbon dioxide, hyperventilation and oxygen. Clinical Science 2000; 98(2): 159-164.
  8. Wright AD. Book Review: High life. A history of altitude physiology and medicine. Journal of Human Hypertension 2000; 14: 221.
  9. Beazley M, Chan C, Hoar H, Knickenberg C, Forster P, Imray C and the BMRES. Cerebral, hepatic, renal, skeletal muscle and peripheral oxygenation at 0m, 2400m and 5050m. 12thInternational Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2001; 2: 96, 71.
  10. Bradwell A, Romer L, McConnell A, Jones D and BMRES. Changes in respiratory muscle function during exposure to high altitude. 12th International Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2001; 2: 116, 152.
  11. Bradwell A, Major R and BMRES. Portable nephelometer for specific protein testing in remote locations. 12th International Hypoxia Symposium. High altitude Medicine and Biology 2001; 2: 103, 99.
  12. Bradwell A, Clarke S, Romer L, Hoar H, Chan C, Wright A, Lupton T and Imray C. Hypoxic ventilatory response and acute mountain sickness. 12th International Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2001; 2: 117, 156.
  13. Hillenbrand P, Wright A, Beazley M, Imray C, Major R, Bradwell A and BMRES. Clinical observations on Az prophylaxis in Nepalese porters. 12th International Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2001; 2: 104, 103.
  14. Hoar H, Beazley M, Harvey T, Knickenberg C, Chan C, Imray C and the BMRES. Cerebral perfusion at 0m, 2400m and 5050m and the response to voluntary forced hyperventilation. 12thInternational Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2001; 2: 96, 70.
  15. Hoar H, Forster P, Chan C, Clarke T, Harvey T, Knickenberg C, Imray C and the BMRES. Cerebral perfusion in sea level commuters at 5050m elevation. 12th International Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2001; 2: 96, 72.
  16. Hoar H, Chan C, Forster P, Harvey T, Beazley M, Major R, Imray C and the BMRES. The effect of Acetazolamide on peripheral pulse oximetry and cerebral perfusion in partially acclimatised individuals. 12th International Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2001; 2: 96, 73.
  17. Imray C, Wright A, Chan C, Clarke T, Forster P and the BMRES. Near infra-red cerebral spectroscopy and the carbon dioxide cerebrovascular reserve. 12th International Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2001; 2: 95, 66. 
  18. Imray C, Chan C, Forster P, Harvey T, Hoar H, Beazley M and the BMRES. Near infra-red cerebral spectroscopy and the assessment of cerebral blood volume at sea level and correlation with susceptibility to the development of altitude illness. 12thInternational Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2001; 2: 95, 67.
  19. Imray C, Chan C, Forster P, Harvey T, Hoar H, Beazley M and the BMRES. Near infra-red cerebral spectroscopy and the assessment of cerebral blood flow at altitude. 12th International Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2001; 2: 95, 68.
  20. Imray C, Clarke T, Harvey T, Beazley M, Wright A and Chan C. Transcranial Doppler and near infra-red cerebral spectroscopy: Acetazolamide cerebrovascular reserve capacity at 150m and 4600m. 12th International Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2001; 2: 95, 69.
  21. Imray C, Harvey T, Beazley M, Wright A, Chan C, Clarke T and BMRES. The effect of 12% oxygen gas mix on peripheral and cerebral oxygenation and the response to supplementary carbon dioxide. 12th International Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2001; 2: 94, 64.
  22. Imray CHE, Clarke T, Forster PJ, Harvey T, Hoar H, Walsh S, Wright AD and BMRES. Carbon dioxide contributes to the beneficial effect of pressurization in a portable hyperbaric chamber at high altitude. Clinical Science 2001; 100(2): 151-157. 
  23. Milles J, Evans J and BMRES. The effect of altitude on cognitive function using the paced auditory serial addition task (PASAT). 12th International Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2001; 2: 101, 93.
  24. Wright A, Johnson B, Simmons J and BMRES. A new method for measuring unsteadiness at altitude. 12th International Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2001; 2: 104, 102.
  25. Bradwell AR, Forster PJ and BMRES. Acute mountain sickness (AMS) in children. V World Congress on Mountain Medicine and High Altitude Physiology, and the VIII Congreso de la Sociedad Española de Medicina y Auxilio en Montaña, Barcelona, Spain, April 18-22, 2002. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2002; 3(1): 109, 42. 
  26. Hillenbrand P, Pahari A, Soon Y, Subedi D, Bajracharya R, Gurung P, Lal B, Marahatta R, Pradhan S, Rai D, Sharma S, Wright AD, Bradwell AR and BMRES. Prevention of acute mountain sickness by acetazolamide in Nepali porters: A double blind controlled trial. V World Congress on Mountain Medicine and High Altitude Physiology, and the VIII Congreso de la Sociedad Española de Medicina y Auxilio en Montaña, Barcelona, Spain, April 18-22, 2002. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2002; 3(1): 101, 9. 
  27. Imray CHE, Hoar H, Beazley M, Wright AD, Bradwell AR, Chan C and BMRES. Cerebral oxygen delivery falls with voluntary forced hyperventilation at altitude. V World Congress on Mountain Medicine and High Altitude Physiology, and the VIII Congreso de la Sociedad Española de Medicina y Auxilio en Montaña, Barcelona, Spain, April 18-22, 2002. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2002; 3(1): 106, 32. 
  28. Imray, CHE, Wright AW, Chan, C, Bradwell AR and BMRES. 3% Carbon dioxide increases cerebral oxygen delivery when breathing hypoxic gas mixtures. V World Congress on Mountain Medicine and High Altitude Physiology, and the VIII Congreso de la Sociedad Española de Medicina y Auxilio en Montaña, Barcelona, Spain, April 18-22, 2002. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2002; 3(1): 106, 30. 
  29. Imray CHE, Walsh S, Clarke T, Hoar H, Harvey TC, Chan CWM, Forster P and BMRES. 3% Carbon dioxide increases cerebral oxygen delivery at 150m and 3549m. V World Congress on Mountain Medicine and High Altitude Physiology, and the VIII Congreso de la Sociedad Española de Medicina y Auxilio en Montaña, Barcelona, Spain, April 18-22, 2002. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2002; 3(1): 106, 31. 
  30. Major R, Ainsworth H, Wright AD and BMRES. Acute mountain sickness and acetazolamide: What do trekkers know? V World Congress on Mountain Medicine and High Altitude Physiology, and the VIII Congreso de la Sociedad Española de Medicina y Auxilio en Montaña, Barcelona, Spain, April 18-22, 2002. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2002; 3(1): 105, 27. 
  31. Subedi D, Marahatta R, Sharma S, Hillenbrand P, Soon Y and BMRES. Trekkers’ awareness of acute mountain sickness (AMS) and acetazolamide. V World Congress on Mountain Medicine and High Altitude Physiology, and the VIII Congreso de la Sociedad Española de Medicina y Auxilio en Montaña, Barcelona, Spain, April 18-22, 2002. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2002; 3(1): 101, 10. 
  32. Hillenbrand P, Pahari AK, Soon Y, Subedi D, Bajracharya R, Gunrung P, Lal BK, Marahatta R, Pradhan S, Rai D, Sharma S and BMRES. Prevention of acute mountain sickness by acetazolamide in Nepali porters: A double-blind controlled trial. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 2006; 17: 87-93. 

EXPEDITION 10
Chacaltaya, Bolivia. June 2002

  1. Azami T, Preiss D, Goodman L, Somogyi R, Prisman E, Vesely A, Iscoe S, Pattinson K and Bradwell A. Hypocapnia contributes little to increasing SaO2 at altitude. 13th International Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2003; 3: 445, 68.  
  2. Bradwell A, Brearey S, Harris S, Myers S and Imray C. Effect of hard exercise on proteinuria at high altitude. 13th International Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2003; 3: 436, 31.
  3. Bradwell A, Johnson B, Wright A, Beazley MF, Hillenbrand P and Harvey T. The sharpened Romberg test and altitude sickness. 13th International Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2003; 3: 454, 102. 
  4. Bradwell A, Johnson B, Imray C, Simmons J and Wright A. Wobble board (WB) acute mountain sickness (AMS) and cerebral regional oxygenation (SpO2). 13th International Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2003; 3: 454, 101. 
  5. Chan C, Collins P, Bradwell AR, Imray C, Clarke T, Breary S and Milles J. The effect of sildefanil (Viagra) on cerebral haemodynamics at altitude. 13th International Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2003; 3: 450, 88. 
  6. Chan C, Collins P, Imray C, Pattinson K, Chesner I, Clarke T, Harvey T and BMRES. Improved cerebral oxygenation during acute hyperventilation at altitude is not due to improved cerebral blood flow. 13th International Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2003; 3: 443, 58. 
  7. Chan C, Collins P, Wright A, Pattinson K, Forster P and Imray C. The effect of an oxygen bolus on cerebral oxygenation and blood flow at altitude. 13th International Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2003; 3: 442, 55. 
  8. Collins P, Harvey T, Beazley M, Hillenbrand P and Imray C. Non-invasive beat-to-beat blood pressure measurement at high altitude. 13th International Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2003; 3: 448, 77. 
  9. Harris SJ, Myers S, Imray C, Breary S and Bradwell A. Supine exercise cycle ergometer for cerebral studies. 13th International Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2003; 3: 443, 57. 
  10. Imray C, Chan C, Collins P, Myers S, Harris S, Wright A, Bradwell A and BMRES. Cerebral desaturation at VO2 max at high altitude (5250 m). 13th International Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2003; 3: 442, 53. 
  11. Imray CHE, Chan C, Wright AD and BMRES. Perfusion cérébrale en haute altitude. Sang Thrombose Vaisseaux 2003; 15(1): 17-27. 
  12. Imray CHE, Walsh S, Clarke T, Tiivas C, Hoar H, Harvey TC, Chan CWM, Forster PJG, Bradwell AR, Wright AD and BMRES. Effects of breathing air containing 3% carbon dioxide, 35% oxygen or a mixture of 3% carbon dioxide/35% oxygen on cerebral and peripheral oxygenation at 150 m and 3,459 m. Clinical Science 2003; 104(3): 203-210. 
  13. Myers S, Harris S, Chesner I and Bradwell AR. Maximal oxygen uptake at altitude using a breath-by-breath metabolic analyser and supine cycle ergometer. 13th International Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2003; 3: 439, 41. 
  14. Pattinson K, Myers S, Milles J and Imray C. Oxygen consumption whilst climbing mountains. Is a slow plod strategy better than rush and rest? 13th International Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2003; 3: 436, 34. 
  15. Pattinson K, Myers S, and Gardner-Thorpe C. Capnography at high altitude. 13th International Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2003; 3: 444, 64. 
  16. Pattinson K, Beazley MF, Forster P, Hillenbrand P, Somogyi R, Preiss D, Prisman E, Vesley A and Goodman L. Treatment of HAPE and HACE with novel breathing system: Case report. 13thInternational Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2003; 3: 449, 85. 
  17. Pattinson K. Altitude sickness in youth group. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 2003; 14: 153. 
  18. Prisman E, Vesely A, Preiss D, Somogyi R, Azami T, Collins P, Imray C, Bradwell A and Fisher J. Increased PO2 gradient not cerebral blood flow improves brain oxygenation at altitude. 13thInternational Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2003; 3: 442, 54. 
  19. Somogyi R, Fisher J, Preiss D, Vesely A, Prisman E, Bradwell A, Azami T, Mahamed S and Duffin J. What happens to respiratory chemoreflexes at altitude? 13th International Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2003; 3: 446, 69. 
  20. Vesely A, Somogyi R, Azami T, Preiss D, Prisman E, Goodman L, Iscoe S, Pattinson K, Bradwell A, Imray C, Fisher J, and BMRES. Field testing of a new high altitude O2 delivery system in the Bolivian Andes. 13th International Hypoxia Symposium. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2003; 3: 435, 24.
  21. Imray CHE, Pattinson KTS, Myers S and Wright AD. ‘Virtual altitude’: a hypothesis which may explain why exercise exacerbates AMS. 14th International Hypoxia Symposium High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2004; 5: 488, 44. 
  22. Imray CHE, Kennedy CH, Pattinson K, Brearey S and Wright AD. Self-assessment of acute mountain sickness on adolescents: A pilot study. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 2004; 15: 202-206. 
  23. Pattinson K, Myers S, and Gardner-Thorpe C. Problems with capnography at high altitude. Anaesthesia 2004; 59: 69-72. 
  24. Pattinson KTS, Barry P, Davis P, Imray CHE, Mason NP, Richards P, Szawarski P and Hillenbrandt D. Advances in mountain medicine education in the United Kingdom. 14th International Hypoxia Symposium High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2004; 5: 498, 69. 
  25. Wright A, Imray C, Collins P, Pattinson K, Myers S, Harris S, Chan C and Bradwell AR. Blood pressure changes during exercise at altitude. 14th International Hypoxia Symposium High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2004; 5: 509, 102.
  26. Chan C, Hoar H, Pattinson K, Bradwell J, Wright A, Imray C and BMRES. The effect of sildenafil on cerebral oxygenation at altitude. 14th International Hypoxia Symposium. Hypoxia and Exercise Eds; RC Roach, PD Wagner, PH Hackett. 2005; 588: 339, 145. Springer Science+Business Media, LLC.
  27. Chan CWM, Hoar H, Pattinson K, Bradwell AR, Wright AD, Imray CHE and BMRES. Effect of sildenafil and acclimatization on cerebral oxygenation at altitude. Clinical Science 2005; 109(3): 319-324. 
  28. Imray CHE, Myers SD, Pattinson KTS, Bradwell AR, Chan CW, Harris S, Collins P, Wright AD and BMRES. Effects of exercise on cerebral perfusion in humans at high altitude. Journal of Applied Physiology 2005; 99: 699-706.
  29. Johnson BG, Simmons J, Wright AD, Hillenbrand P, Beazley MF, Sutton I, Imray CHE and BMRES. Ataxia at altitude measured on a wobble board. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 2005; 16: 42-46. 
  30. Johnson BG, Wright AD, Beazley MF, Harvey TC, Hillenbrand P, Imray CHE and BMRES. The sharpened Romberg test for assessing ataxia in mild acute mountain sickness. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 2005; 16: 62-66. 
  31. Pattinson K, Somogyi RB, Fisher JA, Bradwell AR and BMRES. Efficient breathing circuit for use at altitude. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 2005; 16: 101-103. 
  32. Pattinson K and Imray CH. Adolescents at altitude. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 2005; 16(1): 60. 
  33. Pattinson K, Sutherland AI, Smith TG, Dorrington KL and Wright AD. Acute mountain sickness, vitamin C, free radicals and HIF-1alpha. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine2005; 16(3): 172-173. 

EXPEDITION 11
Ladakh, India. June 2005

  1. Chan C, Rhodes H, Chesterman K, Collins P, Pattinson K, Imray C, Wright A and BMRES. Peripheral vascular response is delayed in acute acclimatization to hypobaric hypoxia. 15thInternational Hypoxia Symposium. High altitude Medicine and Biology 2006; 4: 323, 11. 
  2. Chan C, Rhodes H, Chesterman K, Collins P, Pattinson K, Imray C and Wright A. Arterial compliance and vascular tone in acute mountain sickness. 15th International Hypoxia Symposium. High altitude Medicine and Biology 2006; 4: 323-324, 12. 
  3. Pattinson KTS, Wright AD, Chan CW and Imray CHE. Exercise-induced right to left shunting in healthy humans at high altitude. 15th International Hypoxia Symposium. High altitude Medicine and Biology 2006; 4: 339-340, 57. 
  4. Pattinson KTS, Imray CHE, Myers SD, Chan CW, Wright AD, Biccard BM and BMRES. Effect of acclimatisation on the ventilatory threshold in humans at high altitude. A key to understanding substrate utilisation associated with acclimatisation at high altitude. 15th International Hypoxia Symposium. High altitude Medicine and Biology 2006; 4: 340, 58. 
  5. Wright, AD. Medicine at high altitude. Clinical Medicine 2006; 6: 604-8. DOI: 10.7861/clinmedicine.6-6-604
  6. Imray CH, Pattinson KT, Myers S, Chan CW, Hoar H, Brearey S, Collins P, Wright AD and Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society. Intrapulmonary and intracardiac shunting with exercise at altitude. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 2008; 19: 199-204. 
  7. Myers SD, Biccard BM, Chan C, Imray CHE, Wright AD, Pattinson KTS and Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society. Delayed acclimatization of the ventilatory threshold in healthy trekkers. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 2008; 19: 124-128. 
  8. Wilson MH, Edsell M, Imray C, Wright A and BMRES. Changes in pupil dynamics at high altitude – an observational study using a handheld pupillometer. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2008; 9(4): 319-325. DOI: 10.1089/ham.2008.1026
  9. Wright AD, Breary SP and Imray, CHE. High hopes at high altitudes: pharmacotherapy for acute mountain sickness and high altitude cerebral and pulmonary oedema. Expert Opinion in  pharmacotherapy 2008; 9(1): 119-127. 
  10. Rhodes HL, Chesterman K, Chan CW, Collins P, Kewley E, Pattinson KTS, Myers S, Imray CHE, Wright AD and Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society. Systemic blood pressure, arterial stiffness and pulse waveform analysis at altitude. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps 2011; 157(1): 110-113.

EXPEDITION 12
Parinacota, Chile. November 2008

  1. Imray C, Wright A, Subudhie A and Roache R. Acute mountain sickness: Pathophysiology, prevention, and treatment. Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases 2010; 52: 467–484. 
  2. Kalson NS, Stubbings AH, Collins HL, Pattinson KTS and Wright AD. UK high altitude research: A report from the Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society (BMRES). Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 2010; 21: 181-182.  
  3. Kalson NS, Hext F, Davies AJ, Chan CW, Wright AD, Imray CHE and Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society. Do changes in gastro-intestinal blood flow explain high-altitude anorexia? European Journal of Clinical Investigation 2010; 40(8): 735-741. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2362.2010.02324.x\Bird BA, Wright AD, Wilson MH, Johnson BG, Imray CH and BMRES. High altitude ataxia – its assessment and relevance. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 2011; 22: 172-176. 
  4. Davies AJ, Morris DS, Kalson NS, Wright AD, Imray CHE, Hogg CR and Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society. Changes to colour vision on exposure to high altitude. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps 2011; 157(1): 107-109.
  5. Hext F, Stubbings A, Bird B, Patey S, Wright A and BMRES. Visual analogue scores in assessment of acute mountain sickness. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2011; 12(4): 329-333. DOI: 10.1089/ham.2010.1055
  6. Imray C, Booth A, Wright A and Bradwell AR. Acute altitude illnesses. British Medical Journal 2011; 343. doi: 10.1136/bmj.d4943 
  7. Imray C, Booth A, Wright A and Bradwell AR. Acute altitude illnesses. Correction. British Medical Journal 2011; 343: d5756 doi: 10.1136/bmj.d5756

EXPEDITION 13
Jumolhari, Bhutan. May 2012

  1. Imray C. Acetazolamide for the prophylaxis of acute mountain sickness. Time for a more personalised approach to dosage. British Medical Journal 2012; 345. Online only. doi: 10.1136/bmj.e7077.
  2. Wimalasena Y, Windsor J and Edsell M. Using ultrasound lung comets in the diagnosis of high altitude pulmonary oedema – fact or fiction? Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 2013; 24: 159–164. 
  3. Edsell M, Wimalasena Y, Malein W, Ashdown K, Gallagher C, Imray CHE, Wright AD, Myers SD and Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society. High-intensity intermittent exercise increases pulmonary interstitial edema at altitude but not at simulated altitude. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 2014; 24: 409-415 doi:10.1016/j.wem.2014.06.016.
  4. Imray C, Chan C, Stubbings A, Rhodes H, Patey S, Wilson M, Bailey D and Wright AD and Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society. Time course variations in the mechanisms by which cerebral oxygen delivery is maintained on exposure to hypoxia/altitude. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2014; 15: 21-27. doi: 10.1089/ham.2013.1079.
  5. Thomas O, Booth A and Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society. Report of proceedings of BMRES altitude medicine conference November 22, 2013 at the Birmingham Medical Institute, Birmingham, United Kingdom. High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2014; 15: 89-90. doi: 10.1089/ham.2013.1141.
  6. Letchford A, Paudel R, Thomas O, Booth A and Imray CHE. Acute mountain sickness (AMS) knowledge among high altitude marathon runners competing in the Everest marathon. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 2016; 27(1): 111-116. doi.org/10.1016/j.wem.2015.09.021
  7. Sagoo RS, Hutchinson C, Wright A, Handford C, Parsons H, Sherwood V, Wayte S, Nagaraja S, Ng’Andwe E, Wilson MH, Imray CHE and BMRES. Magnetic Resonance investigation into the mechanisms involved in the development of high altitude cerebral edema. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 2016: In press. Pre-published online doi:10.1177/0271678X15625350.
  8. Smith PA, Coote JH, Nicholson AN and Stone BM. Sleep during an alpine expedition. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 1988; 59: 5. 
  9. Harvey T. A hundred years on a rope. Lancet 1994; 343(8897): 612.

ALPINE TRIPS

  1. Lewis DM, Bradwell AR, Hoar H and Tooke JE. Increased capillary permeability in acute mountain sickness. The 9thInternational Hypoxia Symposium 1995. Published in: Hypoxia and the Brain. Eds. Sutton, Houston and Coates. 1995; 315: 67. Queen City Printers Inc.
  2. Lewis DM, Bradwell AR, Hoar H, Tooke JE and BMRES. Hypoxia Induced Proteinuria and Increased Capillary Permeability at Altitude. 13th International Congress of Nephrology 1995. Kidney International 1995; 47(6): 1491-1900. 
  3. Lewis DM, Hoar H, Bradwell AR, Shore AC, Beaman M and Tooke JE. Effects of hypoxia on capillary filtration coefficient and isovolumetric venous pressure. Clinical Science 1995; 89 s33: 29p. DOI: 10.1042/cs089029Pa 
  4. Lewis DM, Bradwell AR, Shore AC, Beaman M and Tooke JE. Capillary filtration coefficient and urinary albumin leak at altitude. European Journal of Clinical Investigation. 1997; 27: 64-68. https://doi.org/10.1046/j.1365-2362.1997.740627.x
  5. Bradwell AR, Myers SD, Beazley M, Ashdown K, Harris NG, Bradwell SB, Goodhart J, Imray CH, Wimalasena Y, Edsell ME, Pattinson K, Wright AD, Harris SJ, and Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society. Exercise limitation of acetazolamide at high altitude (3459 m). Wilderness and Environmental Medicine. 2014; 25(3):272-277. 
  6. Faull O, Robertson J, Thomas O, Bradwell AR, Antoniades C, Pattinson K and Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society. The effect of acetazolamide on saccadic latency at 3,459 meters. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 2015; 26: 72-77.

EXPEDITION 14
Chimborazo revisited. January 2016

  1. Bradwell AR. Science and suffering at high altitude Chimborazo, Ecuador. January 2016. Aesculapius 2017. In press.
  2. Bradwell SB, Delamere J, Clarke A, Thomas O, Lewis C, Myers SD, Bradwell AR and Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society. Effect of losartan on 24-hour and exercise albuminuria at 5000 m. BMRES Altitude Research conference Eds: Bradwell AR and Wright AD. 2016: p22.
  3. Clarke A, Ladha C, Baig F, Pattinson K and BMRES. Angiotensin II Receptor Blockade Attenuates High Altitude Sleep Disturbance. BMRES Altitude Research Conference Eds: Bradwell AR and Wright AD. 2016: p26.
  4. Delamere JP, Bradwell SB, Lewis C, Clarke A, Newman C, Shipman K and Birmingham Medical Expeditionary Society. Effect of losartan on 24-hour urine output, pH+ and electrolyte content during a trek to 5000 m. BMRES Altitude Research Conference Eds: Bradwell AR and Wright AD. 2016: p17.
  5. Gallagher C, Ashdown K, Lucas S, Ladha C, Wright A, Edsell M, Malein W, Thomas O, Bradwell A and Myers S. Losartan does not affect exercise performance at altitude (5000 m). BMRES Altitude Research Conference 2016 Eds: Bradwell AR and Wright AD. 2016: p18.
  6. Gault LE, Lewis CT, Lock HE and the Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society (BMRES). Proceeding of the BMRES Altitude medicine conference: November 26th2016, Birmingham, United Kingdom. High altitude medicine and biology2017. Brief report; DOI: 10.1089/ham.2016.0146.
  7. Heymann M, Clarke A, Wright A, BMRES. Angotensin II Receptor Blockade has No Effect on High Altitude Symptomology. BMRES Altitude Research Conference Eds: Bradwell AR and Wright AD. 2016: p20.
  8. Imray CHE, Lock HE and Thomas O. Evaluation of Cognitive Function at Altitude Using the King-Devick Test. BMRES Altitude Research Conference Eds: Bradwell AR and Wright AD. 2016: p11.
  9. Imray CHE and Lock H. Chimborazo: Journey from the Centre of the Earth. The Adventure Medic. March 2016. http://www.theadventuremedic.com/adventures/bmres-chimborazojourney-from-the-centre-of-the-earth/
  10. Lewis CT, Newman C, Clarke S. Blood gas measurement at 5000m: is the Abbott i-Stat feasible? BMRES Altitude Research Conference Eds: Bradwell AR and Wright AD. 2016: p9.
  11. Lucas S, Newman C, Cadigan P, Johnson B, Wright A, Edsell M, Ashdown K, Gallagher C, Myers S, Bradwell AR. Effect of losartan on blood pressure during rest and exercise at 5000 m. BMRES Altitude Research Conference Eds: Bradwell AR and Wright AD. 2016: p25.
  12. Malein WL, Thomas O and Edsell M. Exercise Induces Pulmonary Interstitial Fluid at 5000 m in Healthy Individuals and Losartan Does Not Prove to be Protective. BMRES Altitude Research Conference Eds: Bradwell AR and Wright AD. 2016: p7. 
  13. Myers SD, Lucas S, Ashdown K, Malein W, Thomas O, Edsell M, Ladha C, Bradwell AR, Wright A and Gallagher C. Losartan does not affect maximal exercise performance at high altitude 5000 m. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 2017; (49): s5. 
  14. Newman C, Lewis CT, Gallagher C and Clarke S. Losartan and its effects on capillary blood gas and response to Acetazolamide at altitude. BMRES Altitude Research Conference Eds: Bradwell AR and Wright AD. 2016: p8.
  15. Clarke A, Cozzi M, Hand C, Imray C, Pagliarini S. The Impact of Imaging Modalities and Acetazolamide on Retinal Vessel Diameter at High Altitude. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 2017; 58(8): 4824.
  16. Cozzi M, Clarke A, Imray C and Pagliarini S. Optical Coherence Tomography retinal segmentation changes induced by gradual ascent to high altitude in mountaineers randomized to acetazolamide vs placebo. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 2017; 58(8): 4823.
  17. Myers SD, Lucas S, Ashdown K, Malein W, Thomas O, Edsell, M, Ladha C, Bradwell AR, Wright A and Gallagher C. Losartan does not affect maximal exercise performance at high altitude 5000 m. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 2017; (49): s5.
  18. Sagoo RS, Hutchinson C, Wright A, Handford C, Parsons H, Sherwood V, Wayte S, Nagaraja S, Ng’Andwe E, Wilson M, Imray CHE for the BMRES.  Magnetic Resonance investigation into the mechanisms involved in the development of high-altitude cerebral edema. Journal Cerebral Blood Flow Metabolism 2017; 37(1): 319-331 doi:10.1177/0271678X15625350.
  19. Bradwell AR, Ashdown K, Gallagher C, Delamere JP, Thomas OD, Lucas SJE, Wright AD, Harris SJ, Myers SD and Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society. Acetazolamide reduces exercise capacity following a five-day ascent to 4,559 m on Monte Rosa. BMJ Open Sport and Exercise Medicine 2018; 4:e000302. doi:10.1136/ bmjsem-2017-000302
  20. Delamere JP, Bradwell AR, Bradwell SB, Joyce K, Lewis C, Clarke A, Newman C, Shipman K and Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society. Losartan has no effect on hypoxic diuretic response to altitude. High Altitude Medicine & Biology2018; 19(4): 0005
  21. Joyce KE, Lucas SJE, Bradwell S, Delamere J, Myers S, Thomas O, Fountain A and Bradwell AR. Hypoxia is not the mechanism for exercise-induced proteinuria. High Altitude Medicine & Biology2018; 19(4): 0006
  22. Joyce KE, Bradwell S, Delamere J, Lucas SJE, Myers S, Thomas O, Fountain A, Bradwell AR and Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society. Exercise proteinuria at altitude is reduced by acetazolamide. Europhysiology Meeting September 2018; 191 PCA167.
  23. Joyce KE, Bradwell S, Delamere J, Lucas SJE, Myers S, Thomas O, Fountain A, Bradwell AR and Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society. Urinary orosomucoid (alpha-1-acid glycoprotein) latex immunoassay is effective for the detection of increased proteinuria associated with altitude and sea-level exercise. Europhysiology Meeting September 2018; 191 PCA166.
  24. Joyce KE, Lucas SJE, Imray CHE, Balanos GM and Wright AD.  Advances in the available non-biological pharmacotherapy prevention and treatment of acute mountain sickness and high altitude cerebral and pulmonary oedema 2018.  Expert Opinion on pharmacotherapy. 2018; 19(20).  
  25. Lewis CT, Malein WL, Chesner I, Clarke S and on behalf of the Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society. High altitude arterialised capillary earlobe blood gas measurement using the Abbott i-STAT. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps 2018; 164: 335-337
  26. Talks BJ, Bradwell SB, Delamere J, Rayner W, Clarke A, Lewis CT, Thomas OD and Bradwell AR. Urinary Alpha-1-Acid Glycoprotein is a Sensitive Marker of Glomerular Protein Leakage at Altitude. High Altitude Medicine & Biology 2018; 19; 295-298.
  27. Talks BJ, Bradwell SB, Delamere J, Rayner W, Clarke A, Lewis CT, Thomas OD and Bradwell AR. Urinary Alpha-1-Acid Glycoprotein is a Sensitive Marker of Glomerular Protein Leakage at Altitude. Book of Abstracts of the 23rd Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science. Eds: Murphy M, Boreham C, De Vito G and Tsolakidis, E. 2018: 353.
  28. Joyce KE, Bradwell S, Lucas SJE, Cook A, Fountain A, Delamere J, Bradwell, AR. Comparison of sixty-minute urine excretion to 24-hours in determining proteinuria at altitude. Poster communication, International Conference of Environmental Ergonomics 2019; Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  29. Joyce KE, Bradwell S, Lucas SJE, Cook A, Fountain A, Delamere J, Bradwell, AR. Glomerular proteinuria increases as bicarbonate and carbon dioxide decrease at altitude. Poster communication, International Conference of Environmental Ergonomics 2019; Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  30. Joyce KE, Balanos G, Fountain A Bradwell AR, Lucas SJE. Hypoxia does not influence post-exercise proteinuria. Poster communication, European College of Sport Science 2019; Prague, Czechia.
  31. Clarke A, Ladha C, Wright A, and Pattinson K, Losartan may attenuate altitude-related sleep disturbance. BMJ Mil Health 2020.
  32. Joyce KE, Lucas SJE, Bradwell SB, Delamere J, Myers SD, Ashdown K, Rue CA, Thomas O, Fountain A, Edsell M, Myers F, Malein W, Clarke A, Lewis CT, Newman C, Johnson B, Cadigan P, Imray C, Wright A, and Bradwell AR. Hypoxia is not the primary mechanism contributing to exercise-1 induced proteinuria. BMJ Open Sport Exercise Med 2020.

EXPEDITION 15
Sikkim, India. October 2019

  1. Joyce KE, Delamere J, Ashdown K, Bradley C., Lucas RAI, Thomas O., Lock H, Talks B, Letchford A, Malein W, Cross A, Lewis CT, Bradwell AR, Lucas SJE and Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society. Nocturnal oxygen saturation is related to urinary alpha-1 acid glycoprotein excretion during ascent to 4,800 metres. Poster communication, European College of Sport Science 2020; Seville, Spain.
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